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Dry Cupping is an alternative therapy, much favored by modern athletes, using suction cups on the body. It has many benefits including pain relief, increased blood flow, relaxation and well-being. It can be used as a form of deep tissue massage.
Dry Needling is a modern-day treatment designed to relieve muscular pain and relax tight muscles. It is particularly useful for focusing on specific trigger points and increasing range of movement.
Swedish Massage is known as a ‘classic massage’. It is lighter than deep tissue or sports massage and is designed to relax the entire body.
Migraine Therapy uses soothing massage techniques to relieve tension and relax the muscles in the muscles around the head, face, jaw, neck and shoulder areas, promoting sleep and reducing stress.
Pregnancy massage is a thoroughly relaxing massage for expectant mums in their second and third trimester. Not only is it soothing, but it can also help relieve insomnia, joint pain, neck and back pain, leg cramping and sciatica.
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
Deep tissue massage is similar to Swedish massage but using deeper pressure which is beneficial in releasing chronic muscle tension. It focuses on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons and fascia.
HOT STONE MASSAGE
A hot stone massage differs from other massage treatments by using heated stones. Basalt river rocks are used as they are smooth (from the river’s current), and retain heat well.
Prior to the treatment, the massage therapist heats the stones in a professional stone heater until they are within a precise temperature range, usually within 50 and 60 degrees Celsius. The stones are slightly cooled and placed on the client’s body in trigger point areas. The therapist then uses heated stones as part of massage therapy.